“Do you know that you have dyslexia?” I told him. “This means that the way you learn must be different from everyone else’s.” He nodded his head. So, I showed him how ‘got’ resembles a zig-zag ladder. We then discussed objects that could look like ‘knew’. “Bed,” I suggested. “Sofa,” he concluded. As I drew the outline of ’thought’, he chimed in, “CCTV button.” “CCTV button?” I repeated, slightly incredulously. “CCTV button,” he confirmed, moving his finger to demonstrate how it looked like a CCTV button for him. I dutifully wrote down ’CCTV button’, sensing that perhaps my way of looking at words had been changed irrevocably.
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